Introduction

The Curriculum at St Anne’s:

In addition to the Liverpool Archdiocese RE programme, ‘Come & See’ we are following the guidelines of the 2014 Curriculum.

National Curriculum

Please click on the link to view the government website that details the statutory National Curriculum Primary and Secondary Programmes of Study and Attainment Targets. The National Curriculum is to be taught in all maintained primary and secondary schools in England.

National Curriculum for September 2014

 

 

The individual class tabs will link you to this term’s curriculum overview – a quick guide to the topics being covered in each class.  .

As a Catholic School, we firmly believe in educating ‘the whole child’ and so alongside the statutory curriculum subjects we also work with every pupil to enable them to SCORE their goals in life.

This means that we look for ways to raise each child’s:

Self-esteem, Commitment, Organisation, Resilience and Excellence (SCORE = St Anne’s CORE Values).

All children at St Anne's are given opportunities to:

Experience the Arts – as an audience, participant and performer, both in school and in the local community.

Develop both a sense of belonging and a curiosity to learn about different languages, cultures and peoples.

Appreciate their good fortune and recognise that whilst others live in poverty and fear we should strive to help them.

Extend their learning beyond the school walls – on day trips and residential visits – to see the wider world.

Compete at individual and team level in a variety of sports and enterprises.

Each of these opportunities will provide your child with a wealth of experiences within and beyond the day to day curriculum.

 

 

 

 

St Anne's Catholic Primary School
Monastery Lane, Sutton, St Helens Merseyside WA9 3SP